Cuts, slits and holes all summed up in one, makes the new #DickOwens. Rick Owens presented his latest menswear on 5th February in Paris which had a few hazardous consequences. Four of his models walked the ramp covered in an absurd hybrid mixture of Afghans and Boho-mojo dresses. The catch here is that, absolutely everything was covered other than their ‘big boys’. Literally a peek-a-boo of the flesh took place that caught the attention of the insouciant editors that were sitting in the front row. The audience did not expect a full blow frontal flash of flesh to take place even after having a history of extreme wardrobe malfunctions, bare breasts and cracked slits.
The so called privacy lies in the ‘private parts’. Mostly stars and models wear half tailored dresses either because the designer did not have enough time to complete them or the cloth price was too much so they bought very little of it. Whatever maybe the reason the designer barely manages to cover the genitals with sequence, bows or ‘gota’ (traditional Indian ribbons). But Rick Owens has changed the course of normalcy – his style states that cover yourself completely only expose a little, but this kind of exposure can lead to major mental conditions. Why should anyone have to face such a sight? Whatever is underneath should remain there. In this case, the show of weenies did draw out imaginative debate throughout the fashion scene.